Bleeding can happen while a person is pregnant, it’s just not a period. But what could it be?
Aside from getting your period, pregnancy tests are the only way to know for sure if you’re pregnant or now. But are at-home pregnancy tests accurate? Yes! They are!
When it comes to sex and sexual health, how do we feel about risk? What are things we can do to reduce risk of things we don’t want to happen? For the first post in our What Is Risk series we’re talking about Pregnancy Risk!
Did you know that the abortion pill is now available in Ontario? It is! And as it becomes more available and accessible to people across the country, there are naturally lots of questions about it. This post covers some of our most frequently asked questions about the abortion pill.
Sex negativity can make it hard to shake off the stress and worry of pregnancy or STIs after getting negative test results or reassuring information. So how do we try to be more sex positive in these situations? Let’s find out!
We get a lot of questions about precum. A LOT. This post addresses some of the stuff that comes up in our faqs about precum, including pregnancy, STIs, and what the heck it’s even for!
All about what it takes to get an egg fertilized, aka what it takes to get pregnant.
Worrying about pregnancy is, for many people, a normal part of being sexually active. This article helps you assess what your risks are of getting pregnant, and how to deal with them.
Basic information about the choices you have if you become pregnant.
Where to find support when making a decision about pregnancy.